What happens after a surrogate has Negative Beta HCG?
Surrogacy is growing as one of the fastest businesses in India, and thus many clinics are featuring their candidacy to offer the same services. These clinics take utmost care of the surrogate to get able to deliver a healthy baby. All the expenses acquired are paid by the intended parents as per the rules designed. A surrogate, when made pregnant, requires undergoing several tests as a pregnant lady goes.
These are regular blood tests, ultrasound test, CBC test, and tests for confirming there are no sexually transmitted diseases, and some of the tests to measure the growth of the fetus in the surrogate’s womb. The entire tests done during the pregnancy help determine the growth of the fetus and the health of the surrogate as well. Any of the negative tests can hinder a normal pregnancy that could be a problem in normal fetus development. Any negative results could also mean there is no growth of the fetus in the womb.
Among these tests, negative beta HCG is an important test that is required to be positive. In case the test is negative, it means there is no pregnancy. These cases are very rare to happen; however, some of them have been reported. In such a situation, intended parents generally lose the hope of having a child, which is, of course, an automatic reaction. However, the surrogate having negative beta HCG is again inseminated with another embryo in one month.
Psychologists are often hired to control the reaction of intended parents if they get too negative about the child’s birth. They are being told not to lose hope as medical attempt may fail sometimes but not always.